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Curing Everyday Ailments the Natural Way (Readers Digest) [Hardcover]

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Curing Everyday Ailments the Natural Way gives you straightforward, detailed information on how to treat and prevent over 120 common health problems using natural remedies. Arranged in alphabetical order from abdominal pain to warts, this is the most easy to use, authoritative guide to treating everyday health problems in a completely natural way. Including comprehensive information about more than 30 popular alternative therapies, this book tells you what to expect of everything from acupuncture to yoga and how it can help you. There is also plenty of information on how to find the best therapists. This book is full of practical advice on what to do, what remedies you can safely use and when to get medical help. This is an invauable guide to treating yourself and your family in a completely natural, drug-free way.

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5.0 out of 5 stars amazing book 7 Jan 2012
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This book is a very good book to have for common elements. My mom almost died from her gall bladder and the remedy in here saved her life...Lemon and Honey...Milkthistle. My daughter also had an ear infection and I used Cajeput oil and some other things that the book mentioned. No sense in always going to the doctor to have a knife cut on you..This is worth your time and a good read
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